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by Karen Phillipps,Derek Holmes

Free eBook The Birds of Sulawesi (Images of Asia) download ISBN: 9835600058
Author: Karen Phillipps,Derek Holmes
Publisher: Oxford University Press (September 18, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 122
Category: Traveling
Subcategory: Asia
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The Birds of Sulawesi (Images of Asia) Hardcover – September 18, 1997. The illustrations are of a high quality and Derek's descriptions are readable, lively and capture his own field sense of the species. Some of the vocalizations are new for the bird literature.

The Birds of Sulawesi (Images of Asia) Hardcover – September 18, 1997. by. Derek Holmes (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Even if you have no plans to ever visit Sulawesi, this is a beautiful book and an interesting introduction to the island. The authors provide an introduction to this remarkable wealth of birds, both for the dedicated ornithologist and the interested layman.

Derek Holmes (Author), Karen Phillipps (Illustrator).

The Birds Of Sulawesi (Images Of Asia). The birds of Sulawesi are unique This is the first illustrated book for birds of Sulawesi, providing a thorough. The birds of Sulawesi are unique. In fact, nearly 100 species are found nowhere else in the world, making this area a magnet for bird-watchers. This is the first illustrated book for birds of Sulawesi, providing a thorough introduction for professional and amateur ornithologists. Non-technical descriptions and 142 color illustrations enable readers to identify the most The birds of Sulawesi are unique.

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The birds of Sulawesi are unique. The simple descriptions and color illustrations assist in the identification of the most representative and colorful birds of this interesting region.

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Karen Phillipps is a native of Borneo who has illustrated many books on Asian wildlife, including A Field Guide to the Mammals of Borneo, A Field Guide to the Birds of China, and The Birds of Sulawesi.

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Other books featured multiple times on the list are the Gutenberg Bible, the first folio of Shakespeare's plays and The North American Indian with four separate copies each, three copies of De revolutionibus orbium coelestium. Subsequently owned by Thomas Phillipps and Joost Ritman.

The birds of Sulawesi are unique. In fact, nearly 100 species are found nowhere else in the world, making this area a magnet for bird-watchers. This is the first illustrated book for birds of Sulawesi, providing a thorough introduction for professional and amateur ornithologists. Non-technical descriptions and 142 color illustrations enable readers to identify the most representative birds of the region, and they familiarize the reader with the full variety of birds, their distinguishing features and behavior, and habitat. An appendix lists over 270 resident land birds found in different parts of the Sulawesi faunal region.